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The only way for Irish League clubs to survive this pandemic is for change to come at the top, insists Larne chief Bruce

Belfast Telegraph Sunday, 18 October 2020 ()
The only way for Irish League clubs to survive this pandemic is for change to come at the top, insists Larne chief BruceLarne owner Kenny Bruce believes changes are required at the top of the game here to bring new innovation and energy to Irish League football and help clubs survive and thrive.
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